Georgia’s Melanie Margalis showed another spark in Saturday’s preliminary session at the 2013 Auburn Invitational.
TCU’s Sebastien Arispe and Tyler Crosson used rock-paper-scissors to decide the outcome of a swim-off.
Night number one went underway at Auburn tonight; great competition for all teams in attendance. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
OSU Invite Night One: Courtney Bartholomew Leads Off Relay In 50.8 100 Backstroke To Lead The Nation
Fast time went down in Columbus on night one of the Ohio State Invitational (Photo Credit: Amanda Smith)
The Missouri women remained strong on Friday, with Katharine Ross becoming the school’s first woman under one minute in the 100 yard breaststroke.
The Texas A&M women charged back to take the lead from Stanford, while the Aggie men added to their already-sizable margin.
Tennessee and Florida Gulf Coast are locked in a tight battle for the women’s meet, while the Georgia Tech men are running away with things at the Georgia Tech Invite.
Florida head coach Gregg Troy won’t limit Caeleb Dressel’s possibilities before he’s even enrolled in classes.
Three Aggies, including Breeja Larson (above), jumped to the top of the National Rankings on Friday morning in College Station.
The Stanford women lit things up early at the Art Adams Invite hosted by Texas A&M.
At the time he finished, Missouri’s Eegan Groome was the fastest 500 freestyler in the country by over four seconds.
Missouri’s Dani Barbiea’s time in prelims of the 100 fly would have won NCAA’s last season – by half-a-second.
Nobody was coasting through the morning prelims at the 2013 Art Adamson Invitational in College Station, Texas.
The Dynamo Swim Club class of 2014 has an impressive lineup of collegiate swimmers.
The Georgia women are one of the many top teams competing this weekend. Stay up to date with all of the necessary links and previews here.